Sushi Zone offers authentic and fresh Japanese cuisine.
The owner is Japanese. All the sushi are handmade. The portion is about right for the price.
My favorite menu is their avocado roll. The amount of avocado they put in is a lot and they aren't some leftover avocados you find at some Chinese/Korean place.
Sushi are fresh for a small place in the train/bus terminal.
The place itself is not easy to notice because it's at the corner of the station.
First of all , this place is cash only. I ordered a combo that put me back around 12 bucks. The fish smelled bad and the sushi pieces fell apart instantly. The rice was clearly several hours old , probably the worst sushi I've had in Vancouver .Do yourself a favour and avoid this place .
To start, the place is in a sky train station, AND it's only cash. Talk about hit and run.
So you will buy a combo for about 10 - 13 bucks I'd say for OK looking sushi. The taste wasn't bad, but it wasn't good either. I would say your money is way better spent in a place like subway even. For that kind of money you can have a sweet lunch at a nice sit down sushi place.